Lost is a lewd point-n’-clicker with no particular theme, but lots of juicy-juicy waifus!
(F, FxM) Sexual content.
No. Woot! Woot!
Hours of Game-play?
Download as DLC.
I originally published a review for Lost on November 19th, 2019. I have updated that review, to reflect my thoughts on this game as of October, 2020. My opinion remains positive, and the amount of content this game has (for two dollars) amazes me; nowadays, most games in the same vein have about half the content, for the same (or double the) price!
Search for hidden codes and objects, uncovering a string of secrets as you turn each woman’s situation progressively lewder. Lost is a point-‘n-click puzzle game with twenty puzzles, showcasing a wide variety of problems to solve. Drag-‘n-drop keys, search for hidden compartments, and decipher codes to unlock all the lewds. However, chances you’re gonna need to consult a guide on Steam if you want to solve every puzzle: sometimes, the solutions are pretty cryptic, and the in-game “clues” will only take you so far.
There is no story (and I’m not making one up).
The titlescreen looks great! It’s super stylized, and seeing the whole cast in pose is pretty awesome. Overall, the user-interface is a delight. You may adjust audio and language preferences using the “esc” key. From this menu, you can also redo completed levels. The level-select screen doubles as a gallery from which you can review CGs. At anytime, the user-interface can be completely hidden, allowing oneself to become fully immersed in Lost.
There are twenty animated, base CGs to unlock. Each CG has up to three variants for orgasm or sexual progression. You can expect to see a combination of BDSM, excessive bodily fluids, and tentacles! By golly, does that sound like my kind of party! mmmThe animations are really well made, so much so that the Lost series are actually one of my go-to examples of sexual animations done right.
I one-hundred percent recommend this game. Between the artwork and gameplay, Lost is an absolute steal. This is one those games that I compare other games to, because it’s that awesome. It’s not without flaws, but overall Lost is a pleasurable experience that doesn’t skimp on pleasure in the slightest.